Oksana Fedorova, the former Miss Universe 2002, has provoked outrage after posting a statement of support for Russia's conflict against Ukraine. According to Oksana's post, it is critical to trust Russian authorities while making these political judgments.
The former Miss Universe 2002, who has a military background and worked as a police officer in Russia, speaks about patriotism while entirely ignoring Ukraine and her people.
Such a comment sparked outrage in the pageant world, and several beauty queens, including Miss Universe Ukraine 2021, Miss World 2008, and Miss Universe Ukraine 2011, took a position against her.
On social media, Ksenia wrote: “How is your moral state? I have a state of pain, fear, grief, and uncertainty. I cannot believe my eyes that this is happening to my homeland now … For the first time in my life, I am ashamed and bitter to be Russian. We do not want war! Peace to all of us.”
Oksana Fedorova is most known for being crowned Miss Universe 2002, although her reign was short-lived because she was dethroned only a few weeks later.
Russia declared war on Ukraine. Since Russia's invasion, some fatalities have been recorded, and many people have fled the nation in search of safety.